I’ve been using
ic-cdk-optimizer and am attempting to switch over to
ic-wasm. These tools are essential for
Kybra, the TypeScript and Python CDKs. One issue of complication that arises when developers try to use Azle and Kybra, is that each CDK must install
ic-wasm for the developer, or expect them to install these tools. Requiring any kind of Rust tooling for TypeScript and Python devs is undesirable.
Basically, can we incorporate
ic-wasm into the
dfx build process somehow, especially so that developers don’t have to independently install